Xbox players can now start a game from a friend’s clip or screenshot

is an update that includes handy consoles and cloud gaming features. There is a new way to enter a game. If a friend shares a screenshot or game clip that catches your eye, you can tap the play button on a computer or mobile device and launch the game in a browser.

For example when you are on your phone and see a cool one ForzaHorizon 5 clip that your friend posted, you can start the game by just clicking the button. Since this is a cloud gaming feature, you’ll need an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership to use it.

However, Xbox’s take on this feature doesn’t seem quite as progressive as . The latter allows you to experience a world at the same point as someone else, simply by clicking on a link.

Xbox cloud gaming link

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There’s another welcome feature coming to Xbox Series X/S starting today: noise reduction for party chats. According to Microsoft, it can block sounds like controller clicks, your breathing, and background noise from your friends’ ears.

The noise reduction, the Xbox, is activated by default. If you want your friends to hear music you are playing in the background, you can turn it off in the party and chat options in the guide. Microsoft plans to bring the feature to more devices in the near future.

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